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A nation at war with itself

The last 500 years have not been kind to Central America and as a result poverty is now endemic in much of the population. Similar to many other Latin American nations, a small wealthy Hispanic Honduran elite dominated the larger population of native peoples and Mestizos (half Spanish /half indigenous). 140 more words

Central America

Living Below The line

Between Monday 16th and Wednesday 25th March I will be living on a food budget of a massive £1 a day.

Live Below the Line is an anti-poverty campaign, which challenges participants to feed themselves on the equivalent of the extreme poverty line for five days. 99 more words

Central America

Day 4- I survived the Costco samples

Here’s the next T-shirt give away. A Free the Children We Day shirt with SMO Tribe on the back. Text ,email, comment if you would like it. 288 more words

Lent

Putting It All Together (with bumps...)

Hi Folks Far and Wide!

It has been a cruising start to the year with youth empowerment work in Malaysia, family and fun in Australia, creative conversations for Polio Points, dengue fever throughout my body and also in preparation for departure for Stop Transmission of Polio (STOP) program in South Sudan very soon… 390 more words

Teaspoons Of Change

Live Below The Line

I’ve had this blog for almost 9 months, and throughout that time, I have blogged about a multitude of things, trivial and important, fun and serious, books and travel. 644 more words

General

Fifteen for Fifteen

When we were training to be a part of the Raleigh International team of volunteers you realise how even small changes you make can make a difference across the world. 915 more words

Raleigh International

Live below the line – Reflection: "Survive below the line"

Five days have gone in a flash. Other than in some occasions when I craved for chocolate and sweets, it was actually not as hard as I would originally expect. 555 more words

Live Below The Line